I am currently on EI now. Im wondering is it okay for me to go to US on sat and return back to Canada on sun. Do i have to report? will it affect my EI?
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Nov 26th, 2012 2:02 pm
1) Apply right away, even without a ROE.andrew4321 wrote: ↑Hi,
I have been laid off on Oct 25 and I have a couple of questions:
- I haven't received the ROE yet (asked for it but no answers in 5 weeks). Can I apply for for EI without ROE?
- The letter of termination mentions a lump sum payment for a number of weeks notice of termination. The payment has not been made yet, but considering that it will be made at the end of the year, it will come with a high aditional tax liability. The former employer refuses to go with a salary continuanace or with two payments, one this year for 2012 notice days and another one in next year for 2013 notice days. Can the EI government people help me in any way? Or maybe some other government services?
- I haven't been paid for the last worked 12 days, vacation and overtime credits. What can I do to recover this money?
I apologize if some of the questions are not really EI releated.
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Nov 26th, 2012 4:06 pm
Not unless you signed up for the self employment initiative. With that, you need to contribute for at least a year prior to being eligible
Nov 26th, 2012 4:07 pm
Just get him to report the work and money for those 5 weeks. He won't be paid during that time and will resume getting paid after the 5 weeks. I wouldn't declare "Full time work" on the reports since it's only for 5 weeks.ddp wrote: ↑This question is for brother not me so I may be missing details.
He was laid off in August, Severence till End of October and is now on EI. He was at his job for about 2 years. He has an offer from a friend of mine for a short term 5 week position as a contractor.
-I assume he will lose his EI for the 5 weeks of work, but what happens in January when he is unemployed again?
Nov 26th, 2012 4:09 pm
He meant it won't affect your claim since you'll be returning so early in the day. You need to report it since you're technically out of Canada during a weekday, but you're returning early enough in the a.m. that you're still available for full time work (I assume)
Nov 26th, 2012 4:50 pm
Ok, Thanks for the quick replyclseea wrote: ↑Not unless you signed up for the self employment initiative. With that, you need to contribute for at least a year prior to being eligible
http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/sc/e ... ndex.shtml
Nov 26th, 2012 8:44 pm